Moose Pond Cabin Townshend Vermont

Simon Pearce Mill

Simon Pearce Vermont

Simon Pearce Mill ~ A Vermont Classic Glass Blowing, Food and Shopping

A wonderful experience for a day trip. Enjoy watching the artisans glass blowing and wander around the showroom.. enjoy a drink at the bar, walk to the covered bridge and waterfall and eat at the restaurant lunch or dinner.

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Located on the Ottaquechee River, the Simon Pearce Mill offers a unique experience.

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Plan your morning or afternoon with the family, or a romantic evening at this one-of-a-kind destination.

Simon Pearce Restaurant

For lunch, make sure you plan to arrive some time in advance to get your name on the wait list and then tour the facility and observer master glassblowers and potters at work. Then browse the retail store where you can shop the best of their work – glass and pottery designed by Simon Pearce. Finally, enjoy a delicious and affordable lunch with a view of the waterfall and the covered bridge.

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The view is magnificent and changes with the seasons. Among my family and friends’ favorites are the lamb burger and the soups. The cuisine is delicatessen “New American” with an Irish accent. The evening offers an ideal romantic ambience in a unique and different environment. The chef prepares an award-winning menu. Make your selection of wine among an extensive list of sumptuous wines.

Glass Blowing

Head downstairs and watch how they make all the glass items for sale in the showroom.

The fact that you can watch the glass blowing, drink and dine with Simon Pearce glass and pottery makes this experience even more special.

Reservations are strongly recommended for dinner.

The Simon Pearce Mill Glass Blowing is quintessential Vermont! Well worth a visit, even if you just window shop.

Our rustic Moose Pond Cabin sleeps 8 and is just about an hour drive from Simon Pearce Mill on the Ottaquechee River in Quechee, Vermont.

www.moosepondcabin.com

For more information go to:

https://www.simonpearce.com/